Israel in the shadow of Iranian elections || Could Iran's attitude toward Israel change after its next presidential election?
Iran's presidential candidates are already frowning on Ahmadinejad's Holocaust denial; debate over the issue comes at a time when the presidential candidates are being careful not to offend Khamenei, whose endorsement they need, and who may be open to changing discourse on Holocaust.
Iran's 11th presidential election campaign is heating up, and Israel is becoming an inseparable part of the political debate. The prospective candidates, who will register in less than two weeks for the June 14 election, are busy not only with the "Little Satan" that threatens their country – they are also firing away at Ahmadinejad's campaign of Holocaust denial.
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